These stuffed dates with feta make the quickest and most delicious last-minute appetizer. The stuffed dates are gluten-free and dairy-free and require only a handful of ingredients. Make them for your friends and family to enjoy on Super Bowl Sunday or for a nutritious mid-afternoon snack.
Can I replace the pistachios in the feta stuffed dates?
Sure thing! I particularly enjoy the flavor combination between the pistachios, dates and feta, however other nuts that will work. These feta stuffed dates would pair well with crushed almonds, cashews, walnuts. Make sure the nuts are roasted!
What makes these Stuffed Dates with Feta gluten-free and dairy-free?
Firstly, this appetizer does not include any wheat nor gluten-containing ingredients. Dates, nuts, honey, and the feta are all gluten-free and wheat-free. Secondly, this recipe calls for vegan feta which can be found at most grocery stores nowadays such as Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods.
Can I use regular feta if I’m not dairy-free?
Absolutely! This recipe is versatile in which feel free to switch up the ingredients to fit your taste preferences. If you’re not dairy-free, go right ahead with regular feta cheese, or goat cheese would pair perfectly as well!
- Serving dish
- Cutting Board + Knife
- Preheat oven to 400°F
- Add two tbsp of pistachios onto baking tray and bake for 5 minutes. Set Aside
- Open dates and stuff with 1 teaspoon vegan feta. Sprinkle with desired amount of sea salt and place on serving tray. Repeat with remaining dates.
- Roughly chop the roasted pistachios and set aside for topping.
- Drizzle honey over dates. Then sprinkle chopped pistachios.
- Place in refridgerator until serving or enjoy right away!
Gluten-free dairy free Stuffed Dates! Perfect game day😉 #glutenfree #dairyfree #gfdf♬ BEE GEES VS 50 cent – Ez
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